How to Become a Vendor

Locally grown produce and plants, handmade crafts and artwork, and homemade baked goods and jellies are the heart of our farmers' market.  There are two ways you can become a part of the Walnut Valley Farmers' Market.

Annual Membership
The cost to become a registered member is $20 annually plus $5 for each week you attend.

Weekly Membership
You can participate as a non-member by paying $10 per week.  Should you decide to become a registered member, the $10 paid the first week will apply to your $20 annual membership fee.

If you're interested in joining our market, simply fill out the Vendor Application to the right and send to:

Sarah and Gage Werner, Coordinators
11857 122nd RD
Winfield, KS   67156
(620) 222-5821

Our Vendors

Beaver Creek Farm                      
Gary and Shirley Foltz
Flint Hills grass-fed beef
26882 271st Road
Dexter, KS67038
(620) 876-3495

Belle Plaine Farms                      
Bruce Dopfel                              
Sweet corn & melons

Bonfy Gardens
Dick and Dolly Bonfy
produce, jam and jelly, lavender products, herbs

Campbell Sweet Corn              
Jeanie Campbell

Colorful Events Bakery          
Brittany Carder                    
Cinnamon rolls, breads & cakes

Designs by Stacy
Stacy Kerr

Curtis Dick & Gary McCutcheon

Girl Scouts Ks Heartland Troop 422  
Amber O'Connor (leader)                    
Baked goods crafts & pet treats

Griggs Brothers Farm
Todd M. Griggs

Hanna Spring Farm
Rachel and Joe Hanna

Happy Home Baker
Dave, Dee and Darci Morland
Baked goods, jam and jelly

Home Grown Flowers
Yolly Cranford
Flower arrangements, produce, jewelry

J. K. Farms
Kristi and Jerry Old
Produce and nuts

Kaylie's Kreations
Kayli's & RyAnn Myers
Lotion, soap, candles, headbands, garden gems

Kate's Hip Hats ' More                  
Kathryn Schuster & Pat Smith              
Hats, knitted items, clothing & walking sticks

La Hacienda                               
Austin & Diana Spielman                
Plants, produce, eggs, buffalo meat

Linda's Home Grown Veggies    
Linda Burwell                         
Vegetables produce

Maddie Pies                                  
Rachel Lampson                              
Handcrafted moisturizing products

The Pampered Pet LLC
Jessie and Jonathon Leeper
Dog treats & soaps, people soap & lotions

The Ponytail Welder                      
Michelle Pentz                                  
Metal yard art

Run For The Son Fundraiser    
Stacey Higdon (Youth Movement Leader)
Handmade crafts, play dough, slime, magnets


Stone House Woodworks, LLC
Mike and Cheryl Jantz
Chairs, benches and other wood products


Sutton Family Roots
Julie and Levi Sutton
Garlic, shallots and tomatoes


Tonte Judi Stuff
Sweet treats and tie-dyed shirts


Turkey Foot Ranch
Barry and Nadine Barber
Grass fed beef and eggs

Werner Creeks Farms
Gage and Sarah Werner
Produce, honey, plants, flowers, jams, nuts, herbs

Woodworking by Fred
Fred & Linda Dick
Wooden benches, chest, quilt signs